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: another source tells cnn mayor gray learned in january of this year that some of the money spent was not properly reported. contacted by cnn gray's attorney wouldn't comment. prosecutor's documents don't indicate whether gray knew of the secret spending at the time it was happening. moalethy says thas. >> i never saw evidence during the campaign that he knew about it at the time. >> reporter: for mary cha that is not good enough. >> people were acting in his name and for his benefit committed probably the biggest election fraud in the history of the district. i have asked him to resign as an act of public service. >> reporter: she is joined by two other council members. gray says he is not resigning. the swirl of scandal is nothing new in this building. other mayors have been accused of incompetence or outright corruption. forchler forchler -- former mayor was arrested for cocaine use. former mayor was investigated for steering contracts to a friend. he was clear. i asked analyst what has tainted the d.c. mayor's office? >> i think that if we had these higher positions that peopl
the show from phnom penh. that's going to wrap things unfor us. keep the conversation going at cnn.com/sanjay. also join me on twitter @sanjayguptacnn. time to get a check of your top stories in the cnn "newsroom." >>> from cnn world headquarters in atlanta, this is cnn sunday morning. >>> florida teams up with homeland security. the state's new tool in their voter purge fight. >>> plus -- >> we want him returned to boston safely. >> two americans kidnapped in egypt, and now we have new details and their names. the family of one hostage tells us what they think happened. >>> and later, a christian, a muslim, and hotel porn. sound like a joke? well, the hospitality industry isn't laughing. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kay. it's 8:00 on the east coast. thanks for starting your morning with us. wee start with a victory for florida governor rick scott. he sue the federal government and now the government has given in. what did he want? access to the department of homeland security's database on immigrants in the u. the reason? he wants to purge illegally registered voters from
fares talked with just one network, just one, and that was cnn. here's ivan watson in doha, qatar. >> reporter: nawaf al fares was syria's man in baghdad for nearly four years that is, until a few days ago when he suddenly announced his defection. >> what prompted you to say i've had it. i don't want to work with this government anymore. >> translator: i served sirtian regime for 34 years, but after what happened in the holy revolution, all of the killing, the massacres and the refugees, i don't see how anyone can remain silent so i decided to end my relationship with this regime. >> fares has long been one of the trusted lieutenants, an insider who knows how the syrian government works. >> reporter: who is making the decisions in damascus right now? >> translator: the regime in syria is a totalitarian regime and a dictatorship. there is only one person who gives the orders. that person is the president. >> reporter: in his first interview with the u.s. news organization since his defection fares rejected syrian government claims that the syrian rebels are al qaeda terrorists. ins
exclusively to cnn from his secure location in qatar. much more including what he says about syria protecting al qaeda. that's straight ahead in a few minutes. >>> the syrian capital witnessed the most intense fighting yet today. according to activists. the opposition says 57 people were killed today alone in damascus. activists have a message for president obama. they say the time for action from the international community is now. regardless of how it might impact the election in november. >> with regard to america specifically, we would like to say to president obama that waiting for election day the make the right decision on syria is unacceptable for syrians. we cannot understand that a superpower ignoring the killing of tens of thousands of syrian civilians because of an election campaign. >>> also an american pastor kidnapped in egypt apparently had no idea that where he was traveling was a dangerous area. the pastor was abducted along with a parishioner and tour guard. his son talked with cnn's randi kaye about the ordeal and how it's taking a toll on the entire family, especially the
is the president. >> fares talked to cnn from his secure location in qatar. >>> the syrian capital damascus has witnessed the most intense fighting yet today according to activists. the opposition said 57 people have been killed across the country. activists also have a message for president obama. they say the time for action is now regardless of how it might impact the election. >> translator: with regard to america specifically, we would like to say to president obama that waiting for election to make a move on syria is unacceptable for syrians. it ignores the tens of thousands of syrian civilians. because of an election campaign. >> and an american pastor kidnapped in egypt apparently had no idea that where he was traveling was a very dangerous area. pastor michelle louis was abducted with a parishioner and tour guide. his son talked to randi kaye about their ordeal and how it's taken a toll on all of them especially the pastor's wife. >> it's all undecided, and i just -- she even right now seems like a dream to her. a nightmare. >>> another chapter in the global rate fixing scandal. accord
"the next list. the. >>> for more on this episode and other agents of change, please go to cnn dot kom .com the/the . thanks for joining us. i'm dr. sanjay gupta. we'll see you back here next sunday. >>> hello, everyone. you're in the "cnn newsroom." i'm fredricka whitfield. >>> we start in syria with surprising new revelations. a former top official says the country provided shelter an built safe havens for al qaeda for years. this is the most senior syrian diplomat to defect and publicly support the country's uprising. former syrian ambassador to iraq defected last week. he sat down with our ivan watson for his first television interview with the u.s. network. he says the country is "a totalitarian regime and a dictatorship. and all orders come from president assad." >> translator: in 2003 after the american invasion of iraq a toppling of the syrian regime, they had an agreement with al qaeda so keep the road open to iraq so militants started coming from all over the world to syria under the eyes of the syrian secret police who are directly responsible for the killing of thousand
't know her identity, her background, or who killed her, but in an exclusive to cnn this weekend, lieutenant steven spears shares never-before-seen information with us. i asked him where the body was found. >> princess doe's body was discovered in the cedar ridge cemetery in the northern part of new jersey. at the time she was discovered she was severely decomposed and as you had stated earlier, beaten quite severely. as a result of that her identification to this day has not been something that we were able to do, and throughout the years there's been a number of investigators involved in this case. i took the case in 1999, and my focus then and continues to be trying to identify princess doe. >> lieutenant spears, we're looking at this 3-d rendering that you have sent us. this is the first time it's been seen by anyone but investigators. can you just give us an idea of what we're looking at here and how critical this might snb. >> yes. i am very excited about this. a lot of times in cases as time goes on it becomes more difficult to deal with cases. i found with cold cases as t
, that is cnn. our ivan watson spoke with him about the dictatorship in syria and why he decided to leave. >> who is making the decisions in damascus right now? who is directing the syrian government policy at facing this uprising? >> the regime in syria is a totalitarian regime and a dictatorship. there is only one person who gives the orders. one person who is the president. the rest of the regime personnel are people who only obey. >> reporter: you have been a senior member within the syrian government, a governor. the first ambassador to iraq from syria in more than 20 years. what prompted you to say i have had it, i don't want to work with this government anymore? >> i served the syrian regime for 34 years. i was among those at the top of the syrian regime but what happened in the last year during the holy revolution, all the killing, the massacres and the declaration of war by bashar al assad against the syrian people stopped any kind of hope towards real change which had been promised by bashar al assad. of course, the regime will try and destroy my reputation. this is a well-known
. >> thanks for joining us. appreciate that. >>> earlier today cnn randi kaye talked to pastor's family and asked what he knows about the situation? >> we know about just as much as we know in the news in terms of they're doing a lot of negotiating. they're trying the best that they can and we are waiting. >> how concerned are you about your father's health? >> we are concerned but we're christians. weelieve in god. we're in good faith. we're resolved in our faith. we know that god is going to see him out of this situation. but at the same time we are human and we want to see our father get home. we want to see the sister, the member get home, also. we also want to see the tour guide, too. i'm sure a lot of people are not speaking about him, too. >> he says his father had no idea the region posed a risk to tourists. this is the third kidnapping of american tourists this year. >>> president obama's campaign has released a new ad this weekend. it features mitt romney singing "america the beautiful." obama's campaign charges in the ad the mitt romney either shifted jobs or stores his portf
that. cnn's randi kaye asked the pastor's son what he knows about the ongoing negotiations. >> we know just about as much as we know in the news and in terms of they're doing a lot of negotiating. they're trying the best that they can and we're waiting. >> how concerned are you about your father's health? >> we are concerned, but we're christians and we believe in god, we're in good faith, we're resolved in our faith, we know that god is going to see him out of this situation. but at the same time, too, we're human and we just want to see our father get home. we want to see the sister member get home also and we also want to see the tour guide, too, because i'm sure a lot of people are not speaking about him, too, but we want to see everybody come home safely. he is diabetic so that's the only concern we might have. we have not spoken to him -- i especially have not spoken to him since i dropped him off at the airport on tuesday. so we would just like the release and hopefully he's being treated very well where he is. >> they say their father had no y idea the sinai region posed a risk
? >>> and vacation or die or both? on cnn saturday night. >>> you know this well, the great recession hit wall street and now main street and now landing at the steps of city hall, public safety, your safety, my safety may take the hit. so are the nation's financial problems especially cuts in fire and police protection, is it making all of us less safe? a good place to look for answers is in scranton, pennsylvania when police and firefighters recently saw their salaries, get this, cut to minimum wage. earlier i spoke to a scranton firefighter who described what he and his colleagues are going through. >> i'm a very proud parent, i'm proud to be a firefighter, but also, you know, i'm more proud to be a parent and to be able to provide for my family. and i'm very concerned that if this maintains, i won't be able to do that. it's very stressful right now. you know, with that being said, i'm very fortunate, you know, to have a job in this economy. but i need to pay the bills. >> you know that was bob who we talked to earlier tonight, and now we're joined by ron who is a police officer in scranton and th
the conversation going at cnn.com/sanjay. also join me on twitter @sanjayguptacnn. time to get a check of your top stories in the cnn "newsroom." >>> from cnn world headquarters in atlanta, this is cnn sunday morning. >>> florida teams up with homeland security. the state's new tool in their voter purge fight. >>> plus -- >> we want him returned to boston safely. >> two americans kidnapped in egypt, and now we have new details and their names. the family of one hostage tells us what they think happened. >>> and later, a christian, a muslim, and hotel porn. sound like a joke? well, the hospitality industry isn't laughing. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kay. it's 8:00 on the east coast. thanks for starting your morning with us. wee start with a victory for florida governor rick scott. he sue the federal government and now the government has given in. what did he want? access to the department of homeland security's database on immigrants in the u.s. the reason? he wants to purge illegally registered voters from the state's voter rolls. so how big of a problem is it in florida? >> here is what
little girl. look what she's achieved. >> pretty amazing story, right? for more, check out my blog at cnn.com/randi. and you can see that story and many others. >>> going airborne in a lawn chair. all it took was a few hundred balloons. what could possibly go wrong? plenty. we'll tell you about. [ mrs. hutchison ] friday night has always been all fun and games here at the hutchison household. but one dark stormy evening... there were two things i could tell: she needed a good meal and a good family. so we gave her what our other cats love, purina cat chow complete. it's the best because it has something for all of our cats! and after a couple of weeks she was healthy, happy, and definitely part of the family. we're so lucky that lucy picked us. [ female announcer ] purina cat chow complete. always there for you. >>> welcome back. thanks for starting your morning with us. i'm randi kaye. it is just about half past the hour, getting close there. >>> we turn to syria, a place where the diplomats keep talking but the body count keeps rising. the head of a prominent opposition group is demandi
. >>> from cnn world headquarters in atlanta, this is "early start weekend." >> we want him returned to boston safely. >> two american hostage held in egypt. now we know their names. the family of michelle lewis joins me live to tell me what they think happened. >>> plus, disgraced, deceased, but still making millions. why joe paterno's family still benefits from a lucrative contract. later -- >>> after i cook, i'll put my dishes in the tub. >> would you pay $2,000 a month for 300 square feet? that's what new york city is hoping. we'll explain. >>> it is sunday, july 15. good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. glad you're with us. we start this morning in egypt and the developments in the kidnapping of two americans. one is reverend michelle lewis, the reverend of the free pentecostal church of god in dorchester. his family says he was on a missionary trip when his tour bus was stopped in the sinai peninsula. his family as well as a member of his congregation spoke about the incident and their wishes for his safe return. >> we don't hear any more information than what we hear in the
chatter. and vacation or die. or both? on cnn saturday night. you know this well. the great recession hit wall street and then main street and now it's landing at the steps of city hall. this time public safety, your safety and my safety may take the hit. cuts in city service up for debate in cities large and small from camden to detroit to sacramento. cuts in fire and police protection, is it making all of us less safe. a good place to look for answers is in scranton where police saw their salaries cut to minimum wage. earlier i spoke with the scranton firefighter who described what he and his colleagues are going through. >> i'm a very proud parent. i'm proud to be a firefighter, but also i am more proud to be a parent and be able to provide for my family. i am concerned that if this maintains, i won't be able to do that. it's very stressful right now. without w that being said, i am fortunate to have a job in this economy, but i need to pay the bills. >> that was bob who is a police officer in scranton. this new rule means he is getting 7:25 an hour. thank you very much for joining us
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cartney." i hear you. wow. cutting them off -- the boss. >>> we've got much more ahead on cnn sunday morning which starts right now. >>> florida teams up with homeland security. the state's new tool in their voter purge fund. plus -- >>> we want him returned to boston safely. >> two americans kidnapped in egypt. and now we have new details and their names. the family of one hostage tells us what they think happened. >>> and later, your money or your wife? how you can prevent finance from ruining your romance. tips from our financial expert. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. it is 7:00 on the east coast, 4:00 a.m. on the west. thanks for starting your morning with us. glad you're here. >>> we start with politics and the obama administration giving in to florida. the state will now have access to a department of homeland security data base on immigrants. part of florida's effort to clear illegal voters off their voter rolls. florida d sued the government for access to the data base. the federal government had challenged florida's efforts in court but lost. >>> to washington now. it's
watching all of these hearings on cnn, the people up on the hill doing these hearings? they are into performance. a question could be seven words -- and get the answer from the witness. they are up there performing. it is their place in the sun. i want to put this on the table -- it was startling for me to read a statistic. 600 million women live in countries where domestic violence is not a crime. 600 million. my lord. and then you mention the human trafficking, and genital mutilation. >> that is why it must be solved from within your i cannot go into any of the countries and say this is the problem and you have to fix it. that would not be the way to get to the solution. we have to find those women who are championing the cause and we need to do everything we can to support them. >> you have traveled all over the world. the book -- i was saying right before we went on the air, i use the phrase, the bible is what they use -- that is where i learned it. you just pick a card in. i was reading last night about a wonderful woman in cambodia because i traveled in that coun
not shown up to the convention what the media coverage would have been like. cnn was atrocious in trying to say the speech was paned, that it was constantly booed, and they had a very one sided review of exactly what this speech was like. exactly how judy was saying, they didn't talk about some of the high points. >> and when george romney was governor, there was a lot more work to do on civil rights in this country. >> the framework around a civil rights has changed a good deal from the 1960s. the issue is no longer elimination of segregation. the issue is affirmative action, welfare, education, social dysfunction, crime. the issues are complicated and different. you can't just pass along and say no separate but equal anymore and call that success. it is no longer obvious that the solutions from the 1960s are all applicable to the teens. and the media -- especially the l.a. times don't acknowledge that. >> also there were attacks on mitt romney for his tenure at bane capital. the boston globe had that big article and it lead to more attacks from the owe bay you ma campaign -- the obama
'm candy crowley in washington. head to cnn.com/sotu for analysis and web-only today's on itunes. just search "state of the union." "fareed zakaria gps" is next for our viewers here in the united states. >>> this is "gps," "the global public square." welcome to all of you in the united states and around the world, fareed zakaria. we'll start with the economy. america, europe, and now even china are struggling. will it get worse before it gets better? will the euro finally collapse? is there still a danger of an oil shock? we have a great panel. >>> later in the show -- [ explosion ] >> is that to blame for syria's suffering? that is what my guest says. he is the head of the main syrian opposition group and is just back from moscow. we'll ask him whether he was able to get the russians to help out in ousting assad. >>> and what the heck is a higgs bozon and why should you care that astronauts found it? neil degrasse tyson will explain it all. >>> first, here's my take -- america has had one more bad month for jobs. only 8,000 created -- 80,000 created last month. this seems a depressing
's bean important decision. i'm sure that cnn and others will be the first to know right after the person who wins the contest for contributing money to our website learns. >> this month do you think we'll see an announce snment. >> i'm just not sure to be honest. and i don't want to set expectations one way or the other and then not meet them. >> ed gillespie, thank you. >> thanks for having me. >>> mitt romney is demanding an apology for president obama. will he get one? obama campaign adviser david axelrod is next. [ male announcer ] don't miss red lobster's four course seafood feast, just $14.99. start with soup, salad and cheddar bay biscuits then choose one of 7 entrees plus dessert! four perfect courses, just $14.99. come into red lobster and sea food differently. he doesn't look like a heart attack patient. i was teaching a martial arts class and it hit me. we get to the emergency room... and then...and then they just wheeled him away. i had to come to that realization that "wow, i am having a heart attack." i can't punch this away. i'm on a bayer aspirin regimen. [ male announcer
's an important decision. i'm sure that cnn and others will be the first to know right after the person who wins the contest for contributing money to our website learns. >> this month do you think we'll see an announcement? >> i'm just not sure to be honest. and i don't want to set expectations one way or the other and then not meet them. >> ed gillespie, thank you. >> thanks for having me. >>> mitt romney is demanding an apology for president obama. will he get one? obama campaign adviser david axelrod is next. has helped fund economic and environmental recovery. long-term, bp's made a five hundred million dollar commitment to support scientists studying the environment. and the gulf is open for business - the beaches are beautiful, the seafood is delicious. last year, many areas even reported record tourism seasons. the progress continues... but that doesn't mean our job is done. we're still committed to seeing this through. so how much do we owe you? that'll be $973.42. ya know, your rates and fees aren't exactly competitive. who do you think i am, quicken loans? [ spokesman ] when you refin
day. latest cnn/orc polls just 27% of you say the economy is in good shape. 73% feel that conditions are pretty poor. >>> and while rays of hope peek through the clouds from time to time, the u.s. economy is fragile right now. families are facing long-term unemployment. there are foreclosures. higher student loan payments. higher medical costs. so the notion that you may have to pay higher taxes by next year could make you decide not to spend money you otherwise would have spent. i get it. everyone wants lower taxes. but you can't have lower taxes. because for years and years, your federal government, both political parties, mismanaged the books and spent more money than they took in. our tax system is broken. half the country pays no income tax, and the rich pay as a percentage of their income less than the middle class does. we have a tax system that needs an entire overhaul and we've got a lot of interest to pay on the debt that we've accumulated. which is why, at least for the moment, you can't have a tax cut. but what president obama wants to do is extend a tax cut that you've a
is our cnn foreign affairs reporter. good morning. secretary clinton pushed morsi to assert the full authority of presidency. is she trying, do you think, to send a signal to military leaders? >> reporter: very much so. i think she's trying to send a message to everybody that democratic transition, everybody has a role. she's urging president morsy to get a constitution together, put a government together, and put together a parliament. of course, the military needs to try and step back now. she said yesterday during her meeting with morsi, urging the military to move back to its national security role. and to hand over to civilian authority. she's saying basically to the military, get back to your day job. if you look at sinai for instance on the border with israel, we have two american -- americans and their driver kidnapped over the weekend. that border is very unstable. you've got a lot of work to do on the security. leave the politics to the democratically elected president. >> and how were her comments received? when she met with the head of egypt's military? >> reporter: well,
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tim voon ms. lindsey hilsum is familiar to her audience for her appearances on the pbs news hour, cnn, and nbc. she has covered the major conflicts of the past two irkoov dis, el as the israeli-palestinian conflict and genocide the genocide in rwanda. in 2001, she reported from egypt as well aslbya. r joral honer reni from amnesty international. please join me in welcoming journalists and author, lindsey hilsum. [applause] [applause] liy, let's start with you talking about your reporting trips to the region last year. tell us about how you were able to navigate the w urcoatite n, a ten o the people that you observed and interacted with them. i would just like to add, in addition to providing a hiy ibwhhenrivo done is we've and profiles of libyans, both who had been in the country all along, and some who have returned to libya , to help us better understand how the revolution had an impact on ordinary people. >> ank you very much for ming. chago isn azingplace, a waom tripoli.iev lng lester, the arab spring, i guess that was the year i went into journalism for. it was the most extraor
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:00 p.m. eastern. also, republican strategist karl rove. cnn estate of the union airs at 3:00 p.m. eastern. david axelrod. a massachusetts democrat. face the nation from cbs completes the lineup and there's at 4:00 p.m. eastern. republican paul ryan and then stephanie cutter. obama for american deputy campaign manager and kevin madden, senior adviser to the romney campaign. again, five talk shows beginning at noon eastern on meet the press. listen to them all on c-span2 radio. i find a sad -- find us at 90.1. or go online to cspanradio.org. >> this weekend. >> it does from the beginning of the nation right up to the president. that is important for us. we will reflect the larger story of american democracy. today at 7:00 p.m. eastern and specific. also, more from the contenders. our city of political figures that ran and lost the changed political history. he never ran for political office before ramming the nomination. he would never hold office. he would become an unlikely ally to fdr. at 7:30, this weekend on c- span3. "washington journal." host: the nation's governors are me
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. interviews are nbc, abc, cbs, cnn, and fox. joining us to examine the media's performance here in washington, erin mcpipe, political editor for real clear politics. jennifer rubin who writes for "washington post" and a cnbc contributor, and clarence page, columnist for "the chicago tribun tribune". you're obviously sympathetic to the romney case. what about reports about his finances and business record is unfair? >> i think there is a noxious cycle that the media is not being very honest about. much of the information from these stories coming from the obama campaign. sometimes incorrectly, sometimes sp spottily which leads to stories. the obama campaign uses it for fodder, for ads on the air, talking points. the media then reports there. there's this symbiotic relationship developing that is not fair, that is not transparent, and that is not honest. >> on that point, clarence page, stephanie cutter, the campaign manager said on "face the nation" when asked about all of these allegations, it's not the obama campaign making allegations, it's independent reports in the press. what about jenni
in the rst saturday in je. and about four days afterwards i was cnn, and i ei an tonio the interview, the interviewee asked, governor, have the obama folks contacted you about possibly being a vice presidential candidate? [laughter] and he said, you're om a key wilu t lr clinton forces, you would help bring the party, unite the party together again. and i said, no, they haven't. and to be honest, i think they haveo intention of picki toeho, ire thepi presidential candidate, i wouldn't pick me to be vice president. [laughter] but then i couldn't resist, and midge always used to say that i have a lot of imp or little boy in the me. couldn't resi, i sod, oeove side, we'd be a great balanced ticket because i wear a flag pin, and he doesn't. this was in the time when senator obama was getting all sorts ofrief for not wearing a flag pin. at 2ceon ,ndoff the airt:3 it was david axlerod from chicago. [laughter] and david said i hope you know that not one person here in icago thought that was funny. [laughter] guot ae humor, or you'll never make it to november. well, let the record show they
. the district i saw on cnn last week. nationally, people are looking at the mayor's office and looking at the controversy surrounding vincent gray's 2010 campaign. we saw this week another person who worked on that campaign, who pled guilty to some federal charges. where is this going to end up? where is this going? >> well, of course, that's the very big question. you get into the old watergate question, what did the mayor know and when did he know it? it is now reported he did have a meeting about the subliminal campaign if you want to call it that, the stealth campaign, the unregulated money coming in, with one other other people in it and what they talked about specifically we don't know. but we do know that there was a conversation about that. the mayor has not disclosed anything publicly. there's a lot of questions. some people now three people on the council want him to resign. the d.c. city council want him to resign. this obscures a lot of his supporters a great record. the city is clicking on all four channels. the budget is balanced, agencies are working. but all we're talki
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